Utilities Commission Considering Changing Solar Energy Rules

There are 1 comment on the Jun 28, 2013, WTMA-AM North Charleston story titled Utilities Commission Considering Changing Solar Energy Rules. In it, WTMA-AM North Charleston reports that:

South Carolina's Public Service Commission is considering changing the rules regarding solar energy and potentially doing away with what renewable energy advocates call a restrictive cap, The State reports.

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Since: Mar 13

Alexandria, VA

#1 Jun 28, 2013
Remove the cap, but remove the requirement that the utility pay retail for the power forced on them.

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